Bringing the best together
The United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) places a high emphasis on building leadership for a strong future. This commitment is achieved through initiatives such as the Journeymen Leadership Program that provides journeypersons with valuable skills and training to be effective leaders on the jobsite.
With a focus on developing leadership, communication, mentoring, and coaching skills, the program is directed at journeypersons who are the best in their field and who have the ability to motivate and influence others. These “300 Hitters,” as they’re commonly referred to, lead by example and are often looked up to by newer members for their experience and dedication to the job.
In 2016, nearly 10,000 participants completed the program. To date, more than 600 ACRC members have successfully completed the training.
We want to hear from you!
Did you attend the UBC Journeyman Leadership Program? If so, we would like to hear about your experience, what you learned, and what you took back to the job site. Tell us about it!
I am now a better communicator, better listener, and have more knowledge of our Union’s goals.
– David P. Local 1588
As more and more brothers and sisters get a chance to go through this program, the outcome of improved communication, knowledge, and unity will have a greater effect both at our work sites and our local halls.
– Walter T. Local 1386
I learned the UBC provides a wide array of career opportunities that we have the ability to explore.
– Steven L. Local 83
Looking for more information?
If you are interested in attending the Journeyman Leadership Program, or would like more details, please contact Len Bryden, Director of Training and Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-454-5100.